The Australian Health Promotion Association takes your privacy seriously. This privacy statement sets out our practices in relation to personal information.
Information we collect
Individuals provide personal information to AHPA on a voluntary basis. This includes information collected as part of joining or renewing AHPA membership as well as through other AHPA activities such as registering for conferences or workshops. Information collected may include: name, personal contact details, employment status, occupation, employer, qualification, current studies and institution, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander status, as well as credit card details for membership fees.
Using your personal information
AHPA uses your personal information only for our primary functions of providing information and services to members. This includes enabling you to be a member or partner of AHPA and participate in different functions and events and receive information, as well as enabling AHPA to maintain records and contract out functions such as the production of the journal.
Security of personal information
Your information is shared with organisations that are directly contracted to support AHPA’s operations. All personal information is stored and shared securely, protecting it from unauthorised access. Your information will not be sold or otherwise transferred to unaffiliated third parties without approval of the user.
Should you not wish your information to be shared you can advise AHPA.
Accessing your personal information
You may gain access to your personal information retained by AHPA by request including providing verification of your identify. You may correct your information at any time through this process.
- by telephone: c/- Not For Profit Accounting Specialists (NFPAS) on 08 8215 0022 ; or
- by facsimile: 08 8215 0011; or
- by letter: Australian Health Promotion Association, 38 Surrey Road, KESWICK SA 5035